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Yudh Shastra Volume II

Yudh Shastra Volume II

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In the epic Indian mythological tale, the Mahabharata, the story of the Pandavas and the Kauravas unfolds amidst intricate webs of fate, duty, and honor. Born from the same lineage, these two sets of cousins find themselves locked in a bitter struggle for power and righteousness.
The Pandavas, led by the noble Yudhishthira, embody virtues of righteousness, humility, and courage. Born to Kunti through different gods, they stand as paragons of dharma, guided by Krishna's wisdom. Arjuna, skilled in archery and the epitome of valor, embodies devotion and righteousness. Bhima, known for his immense strength and appetite, symbolizes indomitable spirit and loyalty. Nakula and Sahadeva, the twins, possess exceptional wisdom and valor, completing the quintet of Pandava prowess.
Contrasting them are the Kauravas, led by the ambitious and power-hungry Duryodhana. Sons of Dhritarashtra, they represent traits of jealousy, greed, and deceit. Duryodhana's envy towards the Pandavas fuels the flames of rivalry, leading to deceitful plots and treacherous schemes. Dushasana, Shakuni, and Karna, though formidable in their own right, become entangled in a web of darkness, driven by their loyalty to Duryodhana and their own desires.
The rivalry between the Pandavas and the Kauravas culminates in the Kurukshetra war, a cataclysmic battle that shapes the destiny of Bharata (ancient India). It's a clash between righteousness and unrighteousness, where divine intervention and mortal valor intertwine. Despite being outnumbered, the Pandavas fight with unwavering determination, fueled by their belief in righteousness and their duty to uphold dharma.
Throughout the Mahabharata, the complex relationships between the Pandavas and the Kauravas unravel, showcasing the intricacies of human nature and the consequences of one's actions. Ultimately, it's a tale of triumph of good over evil, where the Pandavas emerge victorious, not just in battle but also in upholding the values of righteousness, integrity, and compassion, leaving behind a legacy that echoes through the ages.
Yudh Shastra is about recreating the characters in Mahabharata with those in the modern day life.
  • Author Name

    Anju Chandna, Biren Sasmal, Aurora Bluemoon, Kinshukyi Kumar, Neelam Verma , Karuna Krishan Thareja, Alokparna Das, Moumita De, Aryan Majumder
  • Terms and Conditions

    All items are non returnable and non refundable
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